Craig Berry is a Research Fellow at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute. He worked formerly as a policy officer at the TUC, lecturer in economic policy at the University of Warwick, policy advisor at HM Treasury, and head of policy at the International Longevity Centre. His book Globalisation and Ideology in Britain was published in 2011.
Brexit Britain and the political economy of undemocracy: part 2 – the left
While the right acts decisively to restore the established order, the Corbyn experiment eschews both democracy and...
Brexit Britain and the political economy of undemocracy: part 1 – the right
The aftermath of economic crisis, followed by Brexit, has seen the dismantling of democratic norms in Britain. The...
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryAusterity has transformed the meaning and morality of work in the UK
Measuring economic success through levels of employment obscures the unsustainable and oppressive nature of the UK’s...
The Jeremy Corbyn-shaped hole in the Conservatives’ 'Bremain' strategy
Both the Conservatives and Labour have made strategic blunders in their approach to the European referendum.
Scotland should be talking about real alternatives
The phoney currency debate in Scotland relies on misunderstanding and is helping to marginalise the real alternative.
The pensions paradox: why weak investment, not an ageing population, is driving pensions policy
The government is pushing forward automatic enrollment in a pension scheme not because the population is ageing or...